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Origin: Unearthly
Real Name: Laurel Gand
First Appearance: Legion of Super-Heroes (vol. 4) #5 (March, 1990)
                       Character created by Tom & Mary Bierbaum, Keith Giffen and Al Gordon


Prowess 5 {Good}
Coordination 5 {Good}
Strength 8 {Amazing}
Intellect 4 {Fair}
Awareness 5 {Good}
Willpower 5 {Good}

Stamina: 13
Determination: 1


Martial Arts


Blast ["Heat Vision"] 7 {Incredible}
Damage Resistance ["Invulnerability"] 9 {Fantastic}
Flight 8 {Amazing}
Life Support 4 {Fair}
Supersenses 7 {Incredible}
       Additional Sense ["Infravision"]
       Additional Sense ["Penetration Vision", Limit: Blocked (lead)]
       Additional Sense ["Ultrasonic Hearing"]
       Extended Hearing ["Ultra Hearing"] 2
       Extended Vision ["Ultra Vision"] 2


. Walking in her relative's footsteps.
. Solar-Powered (yellow sun grants her powers, red sun cancels them).
. Vulnerable to lead (mitigated by the constant usage of Brainiac 5's serum).

Points: 68


Laurel Gand is a Daxamite descendant of Del Gand, the older brother of the 21st century hero M'Onel. Laurel's parents worked and lived on Ricklef II, an asteroid in the outer rim of the Daxam system. Laurel lived with them and her mother, the station commander, insisted that Laurel know how to operate the station's weapons, training that would prove itself to be critical. Zaryan the Conqueror, one of the warlike Khunds, attacked the asteroid base. Everyone on the asteroid was killed, except for a hidden Laurel. She was able to activate the defenses, utterly destroying the Khundian fleet and earning her both their fear and their enmity. Because of her actions she was declared an enemy of the Khundish empire, and a hero to her world of Daxam. After the Khunds attempted to kill her, she was given a secret identity and sent to Earth for her safety under a yellow sun, where the powers of her Daxamite heritage would activate and help protect her. She was given an anti-lead serum, and took the name Leala Linder and stayed in an orphanage until she was visited by three female members of the Legion of Super-Heroes: Saturn Girl, Phantom Girl and Triad, when she was invited to try out for the Legion.

Converted characters unavoidably exceeds the 45-point limitation that the ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying Game core book recommends. Character revised according to rules presented in ICONS Great Power book. Streamlined, once again, according to ICONS Superpowered Roleplaying: The Assembled Edition.


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